Dave Plummer outside Waltham Holy Cross Primary School

Do we need a School Uniform Exchange in Epping Forest?

29 September 2018

Epping Forest Green Party is looking into asking the District Council to set up a School Uniform Exchange. If one was set up would you use it?

Debden Park High School

Greens call for an end to school cuts

23 April 2018

Epping Forest's schools are having to deal with £2,816,069 funding cuts from 2015 - 2020

Greens support call to cut parking charges at Lee Valley Regional Park.

18 March 2018

Government cuts have led to car park charging, denying access to disabled people and others.

Jonathan Bartley speaking about step-free access at Buckhurst Hill station.

11 February 2018

On 10th February Jonathan Bartley, co-leader of the Green Party, came to Buckhurst Hill. This is a short film of him speaking about Cllr Steven Neville's work to secure step-free access at Buckhurst Hill station.

Green Party co-leader to visit Buckhurst Hill

05 February 2018

Jonathan Bartley, co-leader of the Green Party, to discuss disability rights and meet local businesses on Buckhurst Hill visit.

Greens will stand aside in Loughton to help save Jessel Green

22 January 2018

Our members have voted to stand aside in Loughton Residents Association wards in May's District Council elections.

Cllr Steven Neville and Baroness Jenny Jones of Moulcombe at a 167 bus stop in Buckhurst Hill.

Green councillor raises concerns about TFL bus services

11 January 2018

Green Party councillor Steven Neville, representing Buckhurst Hill East, raised concerns about Transport for London's bus services when they visited a council meeting on Tuesday.

Photo of plastic bottles with Plastic's Not Fantastic text.

Waltham Abbey Town Council joins campaign to say plastic's not fantastic

22 December 2017

Waltham Abbey Town Council has agreed to support our campaign to reduce single-use plastics in Epping Forest.

Simon Heap and Steven Neville

Greens support Loughton councillors trying to save Jessel Green

16 December 2017

Green Party councillors voted with Loughton's councillors to oppose including Jessel Green as a potential building site in the Epping Forest Local Plan.

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